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Italien vs Cloud-Anbieter

Apple iCloud, Google Drive and Dropbox probed over ‚unfair‘ T&Cs in Italy – Italy’s competition authority has opened an investigation into cloud storage services operated by Apple, Dropbox and Google, in response to a number of complaints alleging unfair commercial practices. … As well as allegations of unfair commercial practices, the regulator said it’s looking into complaints of violations of Italy’s Consumer Rights Directive.“


Mobil-Technologie aus den USA?

Qualcomm’s Founder On Why the US Doesn’t Have Its Own Huawei … The next few years became known as the ‚Holy Wars of Wireless,‘ as Jacobs and his team tried to get CDMA accepted as viable tech inside wireless devices. To help prove its superiority, Qualcomm had to develop chips and build a commercial phone and base station. – ‚To do that, obviously, it’s going to take a lot of money and time,‘ he says. … All of this might be easier if there were an American equivalent to Huawei – a company working to pioneer the infrastructure of the next generation of wireless that also sold products directly to people. (In this case, that next generation is the much anticipated 5G standard.) Why didn’t Qualcomm pursue that? – ‚We did think about that, but we wanted CDMA to go worldwide,‘ says Jacobs. He says that Qualcomm was still fighting its Holy War, trying to get CDMA accepted everywhere. … In 1993, the strategy paid off, when CDMA became the wireless standard. … Another complicating factor is that governments in China and Europe have had industrial aid policies that helped their telecom firms in a way that the US has not. ‚Our government has not provided R&D support or other support that Huawei and ZTE (another successful Chinese firm) managed to get from their own government,‘ Jacobs says.“


Xbox Series X und Xbox Series S

Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S release date and price finally revealed – Microsoft is set to hold a press event soon to showcase the next-gen console pricing, and it’s pretty familiar. … We can confirm via our sources that the entry-level Xbox Series S will cost $299 at retail, with a $25 per month Xbox All Access financing option, which Microsoft is planning to push hard via various retailers and a large global rollout. The more powerful Xbox Series X will cost $499, with a $35 per month Xbox All Access financing option.“

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Digitale Zukunft der Brettspiele

„The Digital Future of Tabletop Games – The next generation of tabletop games will diverge from tradition in four key ways: livestreaming, user-generated content, audio-first experiences, and online community platforms. … Livestreaming will be the best instruction manual … Gameplay will be powered by players, not parts … Audio will drive continuous play and engagement … Network effects will accelerate in tabletop games“

Andreessen Horowitz